Once again, unarmed does not equate to harmless

Then, less than a minute after Falce and the driver first walked toward each other, the man returns to Falce and punches the [70-year old man] in the head.

Falce immediately falls to the ground; he never regained consciousness.

Full story. (h/t Shivworks)

I have written about this before (here, here, here, here, here). There are more, but those are what I could find from a quick search of my archives.

Just because someone is “unarmed” does not mean they are not dangerous. An unarmed person can certainly inflict fatal damage upon another.

I wish people would stop believing in the fallacy that an unarmed person is never and cannot be dangerous and inflict fatal harm.

One thought on “Once again, unarmed does not equate to harmless

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